Good Grips Vegetable Chopper – Kitchen Aid

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Item Description:
Chopping fruits and vegetables has never been easier!

Source of Item:
Dunelm

Diagnosis:
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

Personal Opinion:
After getting tired of someone else having to chop up my vegetables and in turn prevents me from cooking in my own time, I tried several different vegetable choppers. Yet my weakened grip made it impossible to assemble the products, and take them apart for cleaning. Thankfully I discovered this version and now question why I didn’t buy one sooner!

Not only is this product perfect for people of varying abilities, but it’s also particularly useful for people swallowing difficulties as everything is cut into super small cubes. It would also be useful for young children who are picky eaters, as it would allow you to hide fruits and vegetables in a meal.

How It Works:
Simply place a piece of veg on the stainless steel blade and push the lid down until you hear a click. Open the lid back up and repeat, it’s really that easy! Hidden features include a raised edge around the cutting area to keep food in place, a non-slip base to provide stability and a lightweight lid to create efficient chopping in one easy motion. There is also a convenient opening on the back for easy pouring, so you don’t have to worry about removing the lid. Best of all, there is a detachable grid that makes it is easy to clean between the blades.

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